Display page execution time in PHP

Use this tiny code to check the execution time of your script.

// Write this line at the top of script
$start = (float) array_sum(explode(‘ ‘,microtime()));

your code here

// Write these lines at the bottom of script
$end = (float) array_sum(explode(‘ ‘,microtime()));
echo sprintf(“%.4f”, ($end-$start));

If you want to increase the execution time limit then use these:

1. set_time_limit(int $seconds)

(Note – will not work in Safe Mode)

2. ini_set(‘max_execution_time’, 300); //300 seconds = 5 minutes

(Note – ini_set will not work in Safe Mode)

3. Via .htaccess

php_value max_execution_time 90

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